Investing

What To Do With Your Investments Right Now

By in Advanced Investing, Asset Allocation, Guest Post, Investing | 1 comment

Ten Tactical Asset Allocation Considerations Guest post, Rob Bennett I advocate the Valuation-Informed Indexing Model for understanding how stock investing works. This is the model rooted in the research of Yale Economics Professor Robert Shiller. It is similar to the far more popular Buy-and-Hold Model in all respects but one — Valuation-Informed Indexers believe...

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Predicting Stock Returns for Fun and Profit

Predicting Stock Returns for Fun and Profit

By in Economics, Guest Post, Investing, Money Management, Stocks | 9 comments

Can You Predict Future Stock Market Returns? Guest article by Rob Bennett I have been studying how to predict stock returns effectively for nine years. The purpose of this article is to put forward a brief summary of what I have learned. 1) Short-Term Predictions Never Work. I do not believe that it is possible to predict where stock returns are going to be in six...

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3 Investing Questions & Answers

3 Investing Questions & Answers

By in Asset Allocation, Automatic Saving, Investing, Reader Question, Tips | 9 comments

Welcome to another reader question(s) article. If you missed any of the prior Q & A, you can access all investing reader questions here. Following are investing questions from three 20 something’s who are wondering about the how and where of investing.  1st Investing Question Tyler of Poor Student asks, “What is the best investment for a student (besides the...

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International Stock Investing Guidelines-Part 2

International Stock Investing Guidelines-Part 2

By in Asset Allocation, Investing, Mutual Funds, Reader Question, Stocks | 2 comments

How Much of My Portfolio Should I Invest Internationally?-Part 2 Please check out: International Stock Investing Guidelines-Part 1 In responding to Brian of Luke 1428 Website’s question yesterday, “What percentage of my stock investments, if any, should I allocate towards international stocks and emerging markets (the latter of which seems to have more...

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